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Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 147 pictures in our Gilt collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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The Loan Collection Exhibition - South Kensington: (left to right from top

The Loan Collection Exhibition - South Kensington: (left to right from top) Largest Known Pearl, Silver Flask, Silver-gilt Spoon, Coffret in Gilt Metal, Silerv-gilt Reliquary, Double-bulbed Cup, Sevigne Gold Open Filigree-work Set with Pearls, Hemispherical Cat's-eye, Silver and Silver-gilt Spoons, Silver-gilt Nef, Pencase of King Henry VI, Oliver Cromwell's Watch and Silver Parcel-gilt Nef. Date: 1862

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Paris, France - pile of artillery pieces in a mound

A mound of artillery pieces in a very symbolic gesture of abandonment of the war effort at the final closure of World War One in 1918. The whole mass of wheels and guns is topped with a gilt French cockerel and an orb, inscribed with '1918'. Date: circa 1918

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

1918, 1st, Artillery, Cock, Cockerel, Feb18, France, French, Gilt, Great, Guns, Mound, Orb, Pavement, Pile, Rooster, Wagons, War, Wheels, World, Ww1, Wwi

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Gorget, gilt copper, 1810

Gorget, gilt copper, 1810 (c).Associated with Jamaica Militia.Within a raised rim, the following engraved design.The Arms of Jamaica, differing from those described in Fox-Davies, 'Book of Public Arms'(page 396) in the following respects: the supporters appear to be two male Indians each wearing a crown of feathers, the dexter Indian carrying a pineapple, the sinister Indian wearing a quiver over his sinister shoulder and leaning with his sinister hand on a stringed bow.The shield is surrounded by a garter bearing the Motto, 'Indus Uterque Serviet Uni'.The two supporters stand on what appear to be palm sprays entwined with scrolls.The crest is an alligator standing on an heraldic wreath (not a log as described in Fox-Davies) and the helmet and mantling are omitted (see Fox-Davies).The colours on the shield are indicated in trick. Date: circa 1810

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library